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Dynamic RAM

Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) is the most common type of main memory found in computer systems. This type of memory is dynamic because its storage cells must be refreshed, i.e. receive a new electronic charge every few milliseconds in order for the memory state to be maintained, e.g. a '0' or a '1'.

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